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The old smoke dragon is finally installed.

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by ScottF, Oct 10, 2008.

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  1. Blevesque

    Blevesque Member

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    Scott, very nice job! What did you use for brick in the floor? Is it brick verneer or did you reframe from below. It appears your wood and brick are flush.

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  2. ScottF

    ScottF New Member

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    Thanks LMBittick, Thats an honor!!!


    Its an addition. Steel beams over the foundation walls, then metal pan with an 8 Inch concrete slab poured over the metal pan full of re bar. Then full thickness bricks set on the 8 inch slab. Wood framing abuts and bolts to the slab under the hardwood floor. A major project . No combustibles behind or below the brick.
  3. raybonz

    raybonz Minister of Fire

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    Very majestic looking stove and hearth.. A true centerpiececonversation piece central to any home! You did a fantastic job on your project..


    Ray
  4. wagvan

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    Wow. Just wow.
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